30 Places to Visit in Patna, Tourist Places & Top Attractions

The umpteen varieties of enchanting places to visit in Patna not only attract tourists from across the globe but showcase the various impressive aspects of the city to the world. Packed with historical monuments like ancient temples and mosques on one side and lush parks and swanky shopping destinations on the other, The capital city of Patna perfectly combines the old world charm with the growing modernity. These fascinating places have something or the other in store for all kinds of travelers, starting from spiritual enthusiasts and history buffs to architecture fanatics and shopping enthusiasts. Having something for all kinds of travellers, these places offer a varied kind of experiences ranging from spiritual to historical and architectural to shopping. 

Age-old shrines like
Begu Hajjam Mosque and Mahavir Mandir will take you closer to peace and spirituality while bustling open avenues like Maurya Lok Complex will offer you an excellent chance to shop for amazing local souvenirs and relish delicious authentic Bihari street food. While Khuda Bakhsh Oriental Library will offer you an educational tour through thousands of manuscripts and printed books, Gandhi Sangrahalaya will offer you a sneak peek into the life and work of the Father of the Nation.

Some of the most enchanting places which one should visit while they are in Patna include :-

1. Golghar 
2. Patna Museum 
3. Sanjay Gandhi Jaivik Udyan (Biological Park)
4. Takhat Sri Harimandir Ji Patna Sahib 
5. Mahatma Gandhi Setu 
6. Buddha Smriti Park and Many More

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Patna Eco Park is a large green area designed to provide a natural place for relaxation. There are over 3000 flora types, a children's playground, boating rides, jogging, and cycling trails, food court, natural theme  decorations, and sometimes sculpture shows. It is only spot in the busling city where the air feels fresh, and the green soothes the eyes for a while. With so much to offer, the Eco Park becomes one of the most loved tourist places in Patna. 

-These areas contain an open space for relaxing strolls or for jogging.

Attractions in the park:
-Within the park lies a serene lake, perfect to enjoy boating.
-The park is dotted with swings and rides, which make it the perfect place to come with your little ones
-The Eco Park also contains a recreational zone where you can enjoy aqua zorbing. 
-The “Cactus Smriti” is another famous attraction of this park which is an artwork made by Subodh Gupta using kitchen utensils like forks, spoons and bowls. 
-The park also has a display board which exhibits the different stages of life of Lord Buddha,

Location: Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, Rajbansi Nagar, Patna, Bihar 800015.

Best time to visit:
-March to April and
-August to October.
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Constructed in the style of Mughal and Rajput architecture, Patna museum has numerous galleries that contains masterpieces from the past. The most highlighted attractions of the place are the Holy Relic Casket, with the sacred ashes of Lord Buddha and the lovely statue, Yakshani.

The museum displays archeological artifacts such as coins, architectural pieces, drawings, tools, textiles, graces, bronze sculptures, and terracotta images by various Hindu and Buddhist artists. Another prized possession of the museum is a remarkable collection of British-period paintings depicting the everyday life of the Indians of the age, along with a beautiful collection linked to the first President of India.

Location: Budh Marg, Lodipur, Patna, Bihar 800001.

Historical Facts:
-The construction of this museum was a result of the separation of Bihar and Bengal.
-It aimed at preserving the historical artefacts found around Patna and its construction was started by the Britishers in 1917.
-The museum completed its construction in 1982 and now consists of various historical artefacts including coins, paintings, instruments, bronze images, terra cotta items, sculptures, art objects and  thangkas

Best time to visit:
October to April.

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One of the holiest pilgrimages for the Sikhs is Harmandir Takht Shri Patna Sahib, popularly known as Patna Sahib Gurudwara. Located on the banks of the Holy Ganga, this Patna Gurudwara, Bihar draws thousands of visitors from all over the country, irrespective of their religious traditions, political ideologies, and regions.

The place's serene and peaceful ambiance readily brings you close to the Almighty and leaves you relaxed and spiritually inspired. The Gurudwara's white glitter marble structure weaves the grandiose of Sikh architecture and is known in Eastern India as the epicenter of Sikhism. Also, it is one of the best places to visit in Patna.

Historical Fact: 
The temple was established to commemorate the birth of the tenth guru of the Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh

Takhat Sri Harimandir ji, Patna Sahib, Patna, Bihar 800008.

Best time to visit:
April, July and November.

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Sanjay Gandhi Biological Park is one of India's 16 largest biological parks which was established in 1973 as a small garden. This park is also famous as the Sanjay Gandhi Botanical and Zoological Garden or Patna Zoo and is one of the top tourist attractions in Patna. Spread over an area of 618966.69 sq ft. This zoo contains 800 animals of approximately 110 species. As per their nature, the animals are further kept in various rooms, like Saap Ghar (snake house), Machhali Ghar (fish aquarium).

The visitors get to see more tigers, leopards, jackals, blackbucks, elephants, Himalayan black bears, zebras, and giraffes. Sanjay Gandhi Jaivik Udyan also has Indian rhinoceros, pythons, emus, hippopotamus, white peacocks, and crocodiles.

Area Covered: Sanjay Gandhi Biological Park covers an area of 153 acres and is now a home to different species of animals and birds. 

Wildlife Covered:
The animals which find their home in the Sanjay Gandhi Biological Park include Rhinoceros, clouded leopard, Leopard cats, Tiger, Lion, Deers and Antelopes.

What special it has: 
Adding more fun to your visit, the park also offers train rides and boat rides.

Raj Bhavan, Bailey Rd, Rajbansi Nagar, Patna, Bihar 800001.

Best time to visit:
October to March.

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Also known as the Buddha Memorial Park, this urban Park has been established in order to honor Lord Buddha. The park was inaugurated by the Dalai Lama on the 2554th birth anniversary of the Buddha. Spread over an area of 22 acres, the park was built with a budget of INR 125 crores.

Don't forget to witness the beautiful laser and sound show and also, check out the meditation center situated here. The greenery and beautifully laid gardens will  help you to experience peace and calmness.

Facts about Buddha Smriti Park:
-The park was developed to commemorate the 2554th birth anniversary of Gautama Buddha. 
-The park was inaugurated by his holiness Dalai Lama on the eve of Buddha Purnima
-The park consists of a tree whose sapling was planted by the Dalai Lama on the occasion. 

Location: Fraser Road, Near Patna Railway Station Patna Junction, Bihar 800001.

Best time to visit: August to March.

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The Srikrishna Science Centre is a top science museum in Patna. It is named after the first Chief Minister of Bihar, Sri Krishna Singh and was inaugurated in the year of 14th April, 1978. The Minister of Education, Shri Thakur Prasad Singh came for the inauguration for the science centre.

It is one of the top science museums in Patna. This museum is located in the southwestern corner of the Gandhi Maidan. Visitors can enjoy their time checking out the various science installations.

West Gandhi Maidan, Raja Ji Salai, Dujra Diara, Patna, Bihar 800001.

INR 30.

Best time to visit:
Winters, October to March.

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Built in a budget of around INR 15 crores, the Patna Planetarium is quite a popular tourist attraction when you are in the city. The Planetarium holds various exhibitions and movie shows related to astronomy, the universe etc.

Apart from it, they also organise seminars for the budding astronomers. It is a good place to watch the eclipse and meteor shower. The planetarium is a perfect place for those who are interested in Science and Cosmos and want to know and explore more about it.

-The planetarium is dotted with everything modern, ranging from a chic auditorium to the art projection system.
-The total capacity of the main hall is 276 people at once.
-Within the planetarium lies a huge dome shaped screen which showcases movies (for which people have to look up on the roof). 
-The planetarium also offers a separate place to hold large events, conferences, seminars and workshops. 

New Dak Bunglow Road, Near Income Tax Office, Adalatganj, Kidwaipuri, Patna, Bihar 800001.

Best time to visit:
November to March

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The oldest church in Bihar and one of the best places to visit in Patna, the Padri Ki Haveli or Mansion of Padre, is also known by the name of Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The foundation of this church was laid in 1713, when the Romans Catholics arrived in Patna.

The church, which stands now, was reconstructed and redesigned by Tirreto in 1772. He arrived here from Kolkata for the task and the church's foundation stone was originally 70 feet in length and 40 feet in width. Local people consider this church to be really auspicious and during Christmas, the charge hosts several events in the locality.

Historical Facts:
-The place is believed to be visited by Virgin Mary
-This is the oldest church in Bihar, dating back to 1713
-The church was redesigned in 1772 as it was destroyed by Nawab Mir Quasim in 1963

Architecture: The foundation stone of this monument has a dimension of 70ft*40ft*50ft

Location: Fino Payments Bank, Ashok Rajpath Rd, Sadikpur, Patna, Bihar 800008.

Best time to visit: December, around Christmas week
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Patan Devi locally also known as the Maa Patneshwari Mandir, this is the oldest and one of the most well-known temples in Patna. This temple is believed to be one of the 51 Siddha Shakti Pithas in India. Puran history and legend says that the right thigh of the Devi Sati fell here.

The temple is known for worshiping goddess Durga and was known as Sarvanand Kari Patneshwari. You can certainly give a quick visit to this very sacred temple and offer your prayers. If possible then visit here early morning because it gets really crowded at peak hours of the day.

Historical Facts:
-Considering the Puranic legends, locals believe that the  “right thigh” of the corpse of Devi Sati fell here when it was cut by Lord Vishnu with his Sudarshan Chakra.
-The temple is also known as “Maa Sarvanand Kari Patneshwari” and is believed to be the abode of goddess Durga.

Festivals and celebrations:
-Around the temple a mela is held on the occasion of Vijayadashami.
-Around the time of Durga Puja, the temple receives a daily footfall of around 600 devotees.
-People during festivals bring various sweets, garlands and fruits to offer to the deities. 
-The whole proceeding during the festival consists of priests taking some quantity of prasad followed by marking their forehead with rori(red powder). 

Badi patan devi mandir, Sadikpur, Patna, Bihar 800007.

Best time to visit:
Around Hindu Festivals(dates may vary).

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Established in 1730 AD by Swami Balanand and dedicated to the Hindu god Lord Hanuman, the Mahavir Mandir is one of the most spiritual places to visit in Patna. This magnificent three-storeyed temple features two idols of Lord Hanuman on its ground floor, which further attract flocks of tourists from different corners of the world. 

The first floor is home to the idols of Lord Ganesha, Lord Rama, Lord Krishna, Goddess Parvati, Goddess Sita, Goddess Durga, Goddess Saraswati, and Lord Gautama Buddha. You can find the statue of Lord Shiva in a passage around the garbhagriha of this cave-style shrine. All the rituals, the Satyanarayana katha, and the japas are performed in the Sanskar Mandap, on the second floor of the temple. The main offerings made here is ‘Naivedyam’, which is prepared using besan, green cardamoms, cashews, saffron, raisin, and ghee. Among all the tourist places in Patna, this one is most enchanting. 

-The temple is known as Manokamna Mandir, where people get their wishes fulfilled.
-Every year, the temple experiences a footfall of millions of devotees.

Historical Facts:
-Many believe that the temple was built by Swami Balanand of the Ramanandi sect back in 1730 AD. 
-The temple also has a Sanskar Mandap which was established to be a complex for rituals, japas and recitals. 
-The temple has an old peepal tree below which one can see a cave-styled temple dedicated to Lord Shani. 
-The temple complex has a floating ram-setu Shila which has been kept on its first floor and has a weight of 15 KG. 

Location: Near Railway Junction, Patna, Bihar 800001

Best time to visit: Throughout the year
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One of the most important shopping places to visit in Patna, Maurya Lok is a favorite destination among tourists and locals alike. This complex is counted among the prime and oldest business districts in the city of Patna. Spread across a magnificent area, this place is packed with numerous small and big shops, government offices, restaurants, and a huge parking area. 

Tourists generally visit this place to enjoy shopping for local souvenirs and for food touring. You can shop for readymade garments, jewelry, branded clothing, fashion accessories, and mobile phones here. You can treat your taste buds with delicious local street food, including litti chokha, jalebi, panipuri, batata puri, kachori, bhel puri, and chowmein, as you enjoy your shopping spree.

Location: Maurya Lok, Patna, Bihar 800001

Best time to visit: October to March
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Also known as the Gandhi Setu, the Mahatma Gandhi Setu is a bridge that has been constructed over the Ganges. It connects Patna to the south of Hajipur in the North and has a length of over 5000 metres. It is the 3rd longest bridge to have been built in India. The bridge was inaugurated by Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister, in the year of 1982.

Historical Facts:
-This was the second bridge made to cross the stream of Ganga in Bihar, before this, the Rajendra Setu was used. 
-The bridge took around 10 years to get built, from 1972 to 1982.
-The Mahatma Gandhi Setu is the third largest river bridge in India.

Architecture: The bridge has a length of 5750 metres

Chapra-Patna Highway, Muhammadpur, Patna, Bihar 800007.

Best time to visit:
September to March.
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The Funtasia Water Park is an exciting amusement water park that offers a wide range of activities that one can indulge in. It is also the first water park in the state of Bihar. The park attracts hundreds of people every week for the numerous Water slides, Wave pool, Swimming pools, Kids water slides, Two Kids wave pool and the Multi cuisine restaurants.

If you are in Patna and want to enjoy the whole day, splashing in water, then it is a must visit. There are several cafes situated in different parts of the water park which allows you to satisfy your hunger pangs during the day. It is a fun place to enjoy with your family and friends when you are in Patna.

Parsa Bazar - Sampatchak Main Rd, Sampatchak, Bihar 804453.

Best time to visit:
March to September.

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Agam Kuan is an archeological well which is  situated in Patna that dates back to the time of Emperor Ashoka. The well, just like other wells, is circular in shape and is lined with bricks on the upper 13 metres and has wooden rings in the rest part. It is believed that this temple had secret chambers.

This chamber was used by Ashoka as torture chambers before worshiping Buddhism. Also, people believe a fire would burn throughout the day inside the well and that criminals or prisoners of war would be thrown into the well as a punishment. This place has an interesting history and you should really visit it if you want to know more about it.

Historical Facts:
- Agam Kuan was built by Ashoka and is also known as Laurence Waddell.
- The place is believed to be the “Hell Chamber” of Ashoka where he used to torture his prisoners. The place was named as a “Fiery well” or  “hell on earth” in Ashoka’s Edict no. VII.
-These facts are also mentioned by chinese travelers of 5th and 7th AD in their manuscripts.

-The Agam Kuan is 105 ft deep and is circular in shape with a diameter of 15 ft.
-The upper half of this place is brick-encased and the lower half is secured by the wooden rings.
-The place has eight arched windows.

Ranipur, Near Gulzarbagh Railway Station, Patna.

Best time to visit:
October to March

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Mahatma Gandhi's statue in Gandhi Maidan is Standing tall at 72 feet, which gladly holds the refining of the planet's most giant Bapu statue to this day. The statue of Gandhi is 40 feet high and its platform reaches 24 feet . Its stairs are around eight feet and the overall height of the structure is around 72 feet.

Thus, it's considered as the tallest Gandhi statue on the earth and a very scenic tourist place in Patna. 
Ten crores were spent on the construction of this bronze statue where two children are flanking at the Father of the Nation.

-This is the tallest bronze statue of Mahatma Gandhi
-The construction of statue was done in the year 2013

-This statue is 9 feet tall and is made up of bronze

Location: Gandhi Maidan Park, Patna, Bihar 800001.

Best time to visit: October.
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River Ganga passes besides the Gandhi Ghat, therefore making it one of the most scenic tourist places in Patna. This ghat is one of the main Ghats of this city and lets you overlook some of the most scenic abodes of the gushing stream. The most famous attraction of this ghat is the Evening Ganga Aarti which attracts hundreds of people every day, and you should not miss it as well.

The aarti takes place at around 6-6:30 pm daily, but the timings might vary. It is a beautiful sight. For those who want to experience something different and auspicious, this is your bet. Don't miss out on this place to visit in Patna.

Historical Facts:
-The Ghat is famous for the evening aarti session along the stream of Ganga in which a total of 51 lamps are lit.
-The ghat is also known to be the spot where ashes are immersed into the holy waters of Ganga.

Patna, Bihar 800005.

Best time to visit:
Any month, excluding June and July

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Kumhrar Park is a historical park which is supposed to have the  remains from the Maurya Dynasty. Further, even the remains of the ancient city of Patliputra were also excavated and were taken under the control of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).
Historical Facts: 
-All the ruins here are related to the Mauryan Period and come with various stories related to them. The famous one is that the 80 pillar hall where the third Buddhist Council was
held in 250 BCE, under the reign of Mauryan Emperor Ashoka. 
-This pillared hall is located around 350 metres south to the palisades of the city.
-Many people consider this hall to be “a pleasure hall” outside the city.

Location: Kumhrar, Patna, Bihar 800026.

Best time to visit: September to April.
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People who are looking for a bit of calmness and tranquility in between the daily busy life in an urban city, SK Puri park in the heart of Patna is one of the best places they can visit. One of the sections of S K Puri Park is a children's park where you can take your children for a fun ride and exciting experience. However, make sure you visit within the timings provided to stay safe and secure. The park also contains a serene trail onto which you can jog and enjoy a run.

Kidwaipuri, Patna, Bihar.

Best time to visit:
December to March

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Synonymous with fun and thrills, Hungama World in Patna is one of the biggest water-cum-amusement parks in northern India. After its construction and inauguration in 2014, it has emerged as the most popular themed water park in the city of Patna.  It has numerous stunning rides and attractions to get your heart pumping and give you the thrill you’ve been looking for. The park has prudently curated land and water rides for all ages that are a fun-filled experience.

The water park has multiple pools that serve as the park’s principal attractions. Apart from these attributes, the park further has gorgeous lush green lawns. It has a play area for kids and an amusement park in its premises, widely attracting people from all walks of life. 

This park has all the bells and whistles desired in a water-cum-amusement park making it the ideal destination for any occasion, be it a weekend getaway or a last minute picnic spot. This park, with its tower slides and rides like a roller coaster promises a ton of fun. 

Moreover, due to its prime location, it also has several eye-catching places nearby that you would certainly want to visit.

Location: Danapur Bihta Road, National Highway, Patna, Bihar 800111

Best Time to visit: Hungama World is an intricately curated and designed water park that provides utmost enjoyment to its guests year round.
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Rajendra Smriti Sangrahalaya is one of the Tourist Attractions in Patna for history and political lovers. It is devoted to the works and life of India’s first president of India- Dr. Rajendra Prasad. Here you can learn and live the life of Dr. Rajendra Prasad. He lived and worked here since the establishment of Bihar Vidyapeeth on 6th February 1921.

-Being dedicated to the life and the work of Dr. Rajendra Prasad, this gallery consists of an accumulation of his belongings like pens, garments, books, watches and much more.
-Inside the gallery lies an exhibition hall which exhibits various items and artefacts related to him.

Location: Bankipur- Danapur Road, Sadaquat Ashram, Patna, Bihar 800010.

Price: INR 50.

Best Time to Visit: September to March.
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The Jalan Museum or the Quila House is a private museum located in the capital city of Bihar. With more than 10,000 artifacts and souvenirs up for display in this museum, it is a perfect place if you love to explore historical artifacts. Inside the museum you will find various different artefacts ranging from a dinner service set which belonged to George III, Napoleon’s Four Poster Bed, Marie Antoinette’s Servers Porcelain and various Mughal Silver Filigree Artworks. It was established by Diwan Bahadur and his family members and is seriously massive in size. 

This is a private museum and you will need permission 48 hours before the day of the visit. The Jalan Family still continues to live in one part of this palatial building. That is why you will need special permission from the authorities before visiting this one of the best places to visit in Patna.

Quila Rd, Hajiganj, Patna, Bihar 800008.

Best time to visit:
August to October and March to April.

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A well-known landmark in the city of Patna, the Shaheed Smarak Patna is a must visit when you are here. The monument was established in order to celebrate the deeds and honor those who gave their lives during the Quit India Movement. The place is devoted to the martyrs of the freedom movement and located in the middle of the road well decorated by the greenery.

The monument lies along the bank of Gomti, therefore has both cultural as well as historical significance. The foundation stone for the monument was laid on 15 August 1947, by the then Governor of Bihar, Mr. Jairam Das Daulatra. Shaheed Smarak was designed by Deviprasad Roychoudhury.

Rajbansi Nagar, Patna, Bihar 800015.

Best time to visit:
January and August.

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Better known as the Khuda Baksh Library, the historic Khuda Bakhsh Oriental Library lies just 5 kilometers away from the Patna Railway Station and really close to the banks of Ganga. This magnificent library is home to an extensive collection of around 2,000 ancient Mughal and Rajput paintings and 18,000 Persian and Arabic manuscripts. The library also has around 550 video and 850 audio tapes made on a number of renowned personalities.

The Khuda Bakhsh Oriental Library has also been publishing a quarterly journal since 1977.  The library also preserves manuscripts that are written on palm leaves, paper, cloth, and deer skin. It also has numerous printed materials in Persian, Hindi, English, German, Russian, Japanese, French, Urdu, and Arabic languages. A must-visit tourist place in Patna, the Khuda Baksh Library attracts scholars, history buffs, and literature enthusiasts from across the globe.

- Close to the banks of the Ganges, in Patna, stands the Khuda Bakhsh Oriental Public Library, a unique repository of about 21000 Oriental manuscripts and 2.5 lakh printed books.
- Though founded earlier, it was opened for public in October, 1891 by the illustrious son of Bihar Khan Bahadur Khuda Bakhsh with 4,000 manuscripts, of which he inherited 1,400 from his father Maulvi Mohammed Bakhsh.

Ashok Rajpath, Bans Ghat, Raja Ji Salai, Tripolia, Patna, Bihar 800006

Best time to visit: Throughout the year
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The Gandhi Sangrahalaya in Patna is built to commemorate Mahatma Gandhi. In this museum, you can get up close to the life and personal belongings of Gandhi. You will be able to know a lot about the times during the freedom struggle and how Gandhi helped India to achieve its freedom from the hands of the British.

This is one of the 11 Gandhi Sangrahalayas that have been built in different states of the country over time. If you want to know more about India's freedom struggle and about the heroes who gave up their lives to bring our country Independence, then you must really visit this place. This is a popular tourist place in Patna.

Location: Ashok Raj Path, North, West Gandhi Maidan, Patna, Bihar 800001.

Best time to visit: The month of October.
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Lying 30 kilometers away from the Patna city center, the three-storey Chhoti Dargah is the tomb of the renowned Muslim saint Makhdum Shah Daulat, who was buried here back in 1616. This architecturally stunning mausoleum was constructed in 1619 by Ibrahim Khan. 

The top of the dargah has a huge dome, whose ceiling features many carved texts taken from the Islamic sacred book of the Quran. There is also a huge tank, in front of the Chhoti Dargah. At present, there are many cloth-covered tombs near the dargah.

Historical Facts: 
-The place has been said to be a regional center of learning where the sanskrit grammarian panini was studied
-The Dargah was built by Ibrahim Khan in 1619 this is the place where the Muslim saint Makhdum Shah was buried in 1616.
-The Dargah was also known as Maner Sharif.

-This one is a 3 storied mausoleum building with a large tank in its front
-The inside of the walls are dotted with intricate designs and the ceiling has passages inscribe from Quran

 Chhoti Dargah Maner Sharif, Makhdoom Shah Daulat, Maner, Bihar

Best time to visit:
Throughout the year

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While in Patna there are many ghats on River Ganges, the most famous is the Rani Ghat. The ghat comes alive every weekend, as the river's evening aarti, a ritual performed with lamps, is held here. Dressed in saffron robes, priests perform the aarti, along with prayers and songs. The blowing of a conch shell signals the start of the aarti.

Location: Patna University Campus, Patna.

Best Time to Visit: November to March.
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People Also Ask About Patna

  1. Which are the historic monuments to visit in Patna?

    1. Lauriya Nandangarh: Lauriya Nandangarh is a historic tourist place in Patna, known for sheltering the famous Ashokan Pillar. It is also home to 20 archaeological banks and 40 pillars constructed by King Ashoka.

    2. Gandhi Sangrahalaya: Gandhi Sanghralaya has a number of pictures that showcase important phases in the life of Mahatma Gandhi. It also has an audio room and a huge collection of books that tell about the journey of Gandhiji.

    3. Jalan Museum: Also known as Quila House, Jalan House is a personal property, showcasing artefacts from the era of British rule in India. One of the prime attractions in the museum is Napoleon III’s wooden bed.

    4. Srikrishna Science Centre: Founded in 1978, Srikrishna Science Centre showcases many well-demonstrated science models and offers excellent educational tours.

    5. Sanjay Gandhi Botanical Garden: Established in 1969, Sanjay Gandhi Botanical Garden houses umpteen varieties of fauna and flora. Offering toy train rides and elephant rides, it is one of the kids-friendly places to visit in Patna.
  2. Which are the best places to visit in Patna at night?

    Buddha Smriti Park: One of the best places to enjoy the cool breeze of the evening, this is a beautiful lush park known for its flower beds. This is a multi-purpose park, built to commemorate the 2554th birthday of Lord Buddha and has 2 Bodhi trees, the Patliputra Karuna Stupa, a meditation centre, and rare relics belonging to Lord Buddha.

    Takht Sri Harimandir Ji Patna Sahib: Soak in the serenity of the beautiful ardaas renditions, twinkling lights, and the coolness of swathes of white marble at this birthplace of Guru Gobind Singh. The views of the nearby River Ganges are especially beautiful at night.

    Mahatma Gandhi Setu: Take a night drive on this bridge as you enjoy a spectacular sunset over the Ganges River. This is especially visited by photography enthusiasts for its superb landscape.

    Patna market: This vibrant market is one of the best places to visit at night to experience the buzz of shoppers and to try local food. You can shop for the famous Madhubani paintings, handicrafts, and souvenirs here. 
  3. Which are the best places to visit in Patna in 2 days?

    Patna Museum: This 1928 museum chronicles the iconic heritage of Bihar and houses over 75,000 exhibits including coins, stone sculptures, and the rare ‘Relics Casket of Buddha’. Don’t miss to see India’s longest fossil tree, Persian manuscripts, and Mauryan artefacts.

    Funtasia Water Park: The first water park in the city, this is the best place to beat the heat and enjoy endless hours of fun. Enjoy the wave pool, water rides, artificial surfing, body boarding, etc. here.

    Golghar: This historic landmark, built in the 17th-century by the British to serve as a granary, is a must-visit. It offers panoramic views of the city from its top and is nestled amidst lush gardens to escape from the city’s chaos.

    Patan Devi: Amongst one of the 51 Shakti Peethas in India, this is the oldest and the most revered temples in Patna. Thousands of people visit here during the famous Navami celebrations and to attend the beautiful morning & evening aratis.
  4. What are the best things to buy in Patna?

    The most recommended things to buy in Patna include Madhubani paintings, beaded jewelry, handcrafted wall hangings, leather products, Buddha statues, and applique work on cotton and silk fabrics.
  5. What is the best time to visit Patna?

    The most ideal time for visiting Patna city is during the winter season, between the months of October and March. This is the only time when the temperature of the place is mild and the weather is pleasant for enjoying outdoor activities like sightseeing and street shopping.
  6. What is the famous food in Patna?

    Bihari cuisine goes much beyond Litti Chokha. Some of the most popular things that you should try include chana ghughni, khaja, kesar peda, mutton kebabs, thekua, rasia, kala jamun, dal peetha, tilkut, choora matter, parwal ki mithai, and sattu sherbet & roti.
  7. What Patna is famous for?

    Patna is famous mainly for its intriguing museums, beautiful historical sites, ancient Hindu and Buddhist temples, age-old mosques, bustling street markets, impressive Madhubani paintings, and authentic Litti Chokha.
  8. Is Patna worth visiting?

    Yes, the Bihari city of Patna is totally worth visiting at least once. While the museums and historical sites of this place will offer you a glimpse of the rich past of the state, the numerous temples will take you closer to peace and spirituality. The city will also offer you excellent shopping experience at totally bargainable rates.
  9. Is Patna safe?

    Yes, absolutely. With its great public transport, well-lit streets and tourist attractions manned round the clock by police, and helpful locals, Patna is a safe place to travel and stay. 

  10. What is special in Patna?

    Patna city is majorly famous for its brilliantly architectured historical monuments, intriguing Buddhist remains, beautiful Madhubani paintings, and flavorful Bihari cuisine.
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